Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Av 27, 5776

By:
Joshua Runyan | JE Editor-in-Chief
What goes around comes around, they say, and we Philadelphians have been treated to more than a healthy dose of that reality of late.
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Readers discuss the DNC and Israel.
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By:
Elliot Bartky and Allon Friedman
In fact, there is strong reason to believe that opposition to Mike Pence is much less a reflection of his positions than an indication of how far many Jewish Americans have strayed over recent years from core Jewish beliefs.
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By:
Ben Cardin
American Jewish voters have naturally voted for Democratic candidates because it has meant voting to support strong social justice and a strong U.S.-Israel relationship. Hillary Clinton and her vice presidential choice, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, will continue Democratic action on economic and educational opportunities, retirement security and quality, affordable health care, and especially Israel’s security and Middle East peace...
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It is no longer just a neighborhood of low-income Jews and African-Americans. Now, higher-income New Yorkers — many of them Orthodox but not Lubavitch — are contributing to the gentrification of Crown Heights.
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